WE ALL NEED FOOD AND WATERso let's work together
The “coronavirus”/COVID-19 is gripping the world’s attention and while many people are asking how we got into this situation, ecologists shake their heads, because they have been predicting and warning the world for decades of potential global pandemics resulting, in part, from diminishing biodiversity—or numbers of different species of plants and animals. The COVID-19 virus isn’t the first pandemic, and it likely won’t be the last. The question is, how do we look down the road to protect ourselves from future pandemics?...
Our mission is to educate about challenges facing our food and water systems through a variety of programming to inspire action.
We provide educational programming about water, pollinators, biodiversity, and climate change through stories. Stories are memorable, build familiarity, and allow the listener to enter the story where they are, making them more open to learning. Visual learners appreciate the mental pictures storytelling evokes. Auditory learners focus on the words and the storyteller’s voice. Kinesthetic learners remember the emotional connections and feelings from the story.